Holiday Collection - Pumpkin Pie Spice (with video)
September 13, 20213 min read
The Pumpkin Pie Spice Mineral Eyeshadow Stacker is back! (Cue cheers and applause!)
And what a wonderful thing that is!Our limited holiday edition stackers are a customer favorite for a reason.Heck, they are also one of our favorites for a reason!
One Sleek Little Stacker
This is the one time of year that you can triple up and get three beautiful mineral eyeshadows (or, you know, lip colors, blushes, bronzers or whatever your heart desires, you can use these mineral pigments for so much more than just eyeshadow) all in one sleek stacker.
Copper. Rose Gold. Golden Glam.
Another reason to love these terrific trios?
Take the Guesswork Out
They take the guesswork out of mixing and matching since they are all complimentary colors that you can pair up with confidence.
You can even use one as a base color on your lid, one as your crease color, and one as your highlight easy peasy, a full-on glam eye look!
Are You a Warm Skin Tone Beauty?
The Pumpkin Pie Spice Stacker is the perfect pick for warm skin toned beauties as it is full of gorgeous golden and bronze-hued mineral pigments that will complement your warm skin tones and really bring out your glow!
However, it is still a great option for those of us cool skin toned beauties who still want a little Pumpkin Spice love (like me!).
Cool Skin Tones Too!
Since I have a cool skin tone, I personally prefer to pair two of the shadows from the Pumpkin Pie Spice stacker together for one look rather than all three because I don't want the warm tones to overpower me but I find that they look fabulous when I work just two of them at a time.
My favorite way to do this is to use one as my all over base color, and then add the other into my crease while blending the two together where they meet, and working upwards on the outer edge as I go (so that they do not slope down, but rather upon the outer edge this gives a far more flattering look!).
Add a soft shade for under the brow highlight, and your all set.
My favorite shade is the middle one because it is such a lovely cheek color as well.Oh my goodness.
Add More Drama
You can also bring drama by using the wet application method, foiling, although this will change the appearance to a more metallic-y sheen.
I have also tried adding a tiny amount of eye cream to my lids and then applying the loose pigment right on top by patting it on with my brush before it has absorbed all the way and it is still a little tacky (not wet, just tacky!).
This works well, too!
If you want a less dramatic look, I recommend using a fluffy blending brush (I used the Mini Fluff Brush) to pick up a little bit of the loose pigment and sweeping this across your lid you can blend out until you are satisfied with your look (and you can always add another layer if you want a bit more color!)
More Pumpkin Love
Is all this talk of Pumpkin Pie Spice making you hungry?